EDWARD LLOYD, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR. NOVEMBER,
An ACT to pay the Civil List, and other expenses of Civil Govern-
WHEREAS those who dedicate their time, abilities and labour, to the public, ought to receive
a reasonable and adequate compensation for their services;
II. BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That the following officers of civil go.
vernment, for the time being, shall be entitled to receive at the rate of the following salaries, in
current money, for the ensuing year, to wit: The treasurer of the western shore, two thousand,
dollars; the treasurer of the eastern shore, four hundred and fifty dollars; the auditor, eight hun-
dred dollars; the clerk of the council, eight hundred dollars; the clerk of the senate, one hundred
and fifty dollars; the clerk of the house of delegates, three hundred dollars; the printer to the
state, twelve hundred dollars the messenger to the council, two hundred and fifty dollars.
III. AND BE IT ENACTED, That all monies which shall remain in the treasury after discharging
the journal of accounts, and all unappropriated money which may come into the treasury, be first
applied to the payment of the civil list for the ensuing year.
ber 24, 1810.
An ACT to lay out a certain Road in Harford County.
WHEREAS it has been represented to this general assembly, by the petition of sundry inhabi-
tants of Harford county, that they stand in great need of a road from Clark's Ford, on Deer
Creek, to intersect the road leading from Clemment Green's mill to the Hickory tavern; and the
prayer of the petitioners appearing reasonable, therefore,
II. BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That Gilbert Jones, William Pyle
and Henry Mackater, or a majority of them, be and they are hereby appointed commissioners to
lay out, survey, mark and bound, a road beginning at William Clark's Ford, on Deer Creek, and
running thence in the nearest and straightest direction the nature of the ground will admit of until
it intersects the road leading from Green's mill to the Hickory tavern, in the most convenient place,
so as to do as little injury to the private property as will comport with public convenience, provided
they shall not lay the same through the yard, garden or orchard, of any person, without his, her
or their consent; and the said commissioners, or a majority of them, are requested to return a plot
of said road, when so laid out, to the clerk's office of said county, to be by him recorded, and when
so recorded shall be considered a public highway and kept in repair as other public roads are in said
III. AND BE IT ENACTED, That the said commissioners, or a majority of them, are requested
to ascertain and value what damages individuals may sustain by reason of said road being laid
over their land, and make return of the same to the levy court of Harford county at their next
meeting that shall happen thereafter, and the levy court of said county are hereby directed to levy
the same, and cause the same to be collected and paid as other county charges are collected and
IV. AND BE IT ENACTED, That the commissioners herein named shall be entitled to receive
two dollars per day for each and every day they shall attend in discharge of the duties required by
ber 24, 1810.
An ACT for the benefit of Jacob Kiler.
BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That the judges of Frederick, county court,
be and they are hereby authorised and directed, to extend to Jacob Kiler the benefit and relief
of the act of assembly passed at November session, eighteen hundred and five, entitled, An act for
the relief of sundry insolvent debtors, and the supplements thereto, without compelling him to
produce the assent of two thirds in amount of his creditors, and to extend and afford to him all the
benefits, advantages and provisions, of the aforesaid act, and the supplements thereto, in the same
manner, and upon the same terms and conditions, as if he had obtained the assent of two, thirds of
his creditors to his release under the same.
ber 24, 1810.